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Navy EOD Commander Sacked Over Loss of Confidence
Cmdr. Sean Kido was removed from his job as commanding officer of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Eleven on Thursday.
Navy Commander: Motive Unknown for Pearl Harbor Shooting
Shipyard commander Capt. Greg Burton said there is no information to indicate the sailor knew any of the victims.
Esper Calls for Major Expansion of Foreign Military Training Programs
Defense Secretary Mark Esper wants to boost the number of foreign nationals training alongside U.S. troops by 50%.
Navy's Star Quarterback Hopes to Finish Career by Ending Army Winning Streak
There's just one thing missing from Navy senior quarterback Malcolm Perry's long list of achievements: a victory over Army.
New Questions on War in Afghanistan Give Way to Bigger One: What's Next?
A peace settlement with the Taliban isn’t the only option.
Vietnam Vet's Widow Reimbursed for 12 Years of Prescriptions
The Army veteran’s widow had taken out a loan to pay the $10,630 bill from the Naval Hospital Beaufort.
Pentagon Approves GI Bill Benefits for National Guard Troops Serving on Border
The DoD has approved GI Bill eligibility for National Guard troops stationed at the Mexico border after a year of confusion.
Daytona Beach Homeless Shelter Helps 29 Veterans Find Permanent Homes
While veterans can live at the shelter for up to two years, their stay lasts about four to five months on average.
Turkey Has Begun Testing its New Russian S-400 Air Defense System, Pentagon Says
The Pentagon again called on Turkey to "get rid of" the S-400 air defense system bought from Russia.
'Nuts!' US Troops Thwarted Hitler's Last Gamble 75 Years Ago
The battle gained fame not so much for tactics as for the resilience of small units hampered by poor communications.
Pentagon Pushes Back on Report that Military Lied About Progress in Afghanistan
A Pentagon spokesman took issue with a Washington Post series on the failure to make progress in the Afghanistan war.
Here's What the Guard and Reserve Gets in the 2020 Defense Spending Bill
What's in the fiscal 2020 NDAA specifically for Guard and Reserve members? Here's a snapshot of some of the major changes.
Navy Tells Sailors to Plan Ahead as Overseas Immigration Offices Close
The Navy is instructing its officers to offer the "maximum support practicable" to meet immigration appointments.
New Photos Show Destruction from Taliban Attack on Bagram Air Base
The photos showed airmen cleaning up and disposing of broken metal and ceiling tiles and attempting to salvage the structure.
Congress Wants a Full Report on What Marines Are Doing in the Pacific
The Marine Corps is undergoing big shifts as it sets its sights on China as a potential adversary.